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Noxeema Jackson

DC9 Nightclub 1940 9th St. NW, Washington, DC

Hit the dance floor to celebrate one year of Noxeema Jackson events designed for and centering trans and queer BIPOC techno excellence. DJ Clarisa Kimskii headlines with Noxy resident DJs  Juana, madison moore, and DVONNE.

$12 – $18

Evil: The Second Death

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

Local queer country musician, Evil, gives D.C. audiences a sneak peak at The Second Death, a play meets concert birthed featuring five acts and actors. The project takes a long look at religion through the eyes of a queer trans person born in the rural south.


Punkie Johnson

Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA

Hailing from New Orleans, this comedian took the world by storm when she joined the Saturday Night Live cast in 2020. Before she returns to the TV screen this for the upcoming season of Love Life, catch her live in Arlington.

$20 – $25

Bingo and A Show With Tara Hoot & Friends!

Crazy Aunt Helen’s 713 8th St. SE, Washington, DC

Leave it the queens to take the drag out of Sundays and put it in bingo game. Tara Hoot hosts, with guests Dr. Torcher (a certified fire eater!), and beardde drag sensation Vagenesis.


Queering Women’s Suffrage in the United States

Scholars Anya Jabour, Regents Professor of History at the University of Montana, and Wendy L. Rouse, Associate Professor of History at San José State University sit down for an online […]



Paris Sashay: 10 Years Of Comedy Weekend

Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA

This "comedienne"—as she calls herself—is coming home for Labor Day Weekend to grace D.C. with her dry wit, charm, and humor. She's worked with some of. the biggest names in the industry, been on BET, Comedy Central, and more, released her debuted comedy album My Honest Ignorance, and—like you must in 2022, she went viral […]

$20 – $30

NINE LIVES: A Night of Drag & Film

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

What's better than drag and film? When you can enjoy both for a damn good cause.  Catch a screening of Amy Oden's short film, Lipstick and Leather, on D.C. alt-drag scene and be dazzled, awed, and titillated by live performances from Jane Saw and Ana Latour (who are both in the film) as well as […]



A queer indie-rock band out of Montreal, Fleece have explored lots of musical territory over the course of their seven-year career, but have really found their sound with their latest release. Their 2021 album, Stunning and Atrocious is rich with well constructed instrumentals and powerful lyrics. Grae to open.

$15 – $30


9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

Back by popular demand, this queer indie-rock group returns for a second (already sold out) D.C. show. Muna's third, self-titled album was released this summer on Phoebe Bridgers’ record label, Saddest Factory and the LA Times calls it an "exquisite act of musical justice for those who suffered the indignities of growing up queer in […]